Glen Cotter

Glenn works as a Lived Experience Peer Worker with Grand Pacific Health in the Next Steps program across the Bega Valley on the NSW Far South Coast. Glenn spent a number of years as Deputy Chair of Bega SPAN before taking on a role with R U OK? as a Community Ambassador in 2018. Glenn is a member of the Suicide Prevention Australia Lived Experience Panel and a member of the Voices of Insight with Roses in the Ocean, along with being recognised in the Barbra Hocking Awards for work in ‘Suicide Prevention and for Services to the Community’ by Bega Valley Shire Council. Glenn is passionate about the value of lived experience in suicide prevention and suicidal crisis counselling and has joined the Lived Experience Panel to help those in rural and regional areas have a voice.